This is a membership nonprofit which requires annual dues. This organization was sent a certified letter requesting a copy of the by-laws in order to discover how they add people to the Board of Directors. The certified letter was sent by a dues-paying member. The dues-paying member was completely ignored. The issue has to do with two organizations who both seemingly support CADASIL (a genetic disease) whereby a Board member of one is now on ULF's Board also, and who took a significant amount of money raised by members of the other organization for that organization and gave it to ULF. This gives the appearance of the commingling of funds. In addition, the other organization got address information from the ULF and gave it to the other organization when the other organization had been noticed in writing of the address to be used. Both these instances lead to the appearance of legal impropriety and possibly the misuse of public donations.
Ignoring a dues-paying member who sent a certified letter request for information relative to the organization does not appear seemly or appropriate at all.
Review from Guidestar